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Nov 16, 2012 4:00am PST
that? and a good example of not hiring because of technology is, look around the exchange. there used to be 10,000 guys in the pits. guess what? they trade on a screen now, and that has changed the employment picture. > > there are different times of uncertainty. if you are in a plane and the pilot's uncertain he can land safely, you are going to have a different concern than if there's uncertainty whether you're going to get your coffee or maybe some tea. > > i am not completely certain my tooth isn't going to get knocked out, but i still brush my teeth. > > but again, it's how much danger is looming, and right now, the danger that's looming is still a little bit more uncontrollable. > > sky is falling! sky is falling! sky is falling! > > round two: high commodity. what's likely to happen with the price of marijuana now that it's legal in states such as colorado? that rocky mountain high. > > you want to go ahead and incriminate yourself on this one? > > i am not going to incriminate myself. i am not a marijuana user, but i do think there are some tax benefits from this situation, an
Nov 20, 2012 4:00am PST
preparing for black friday and its post- black friday technology and toy sales saturday. a sweet ending may be in the works for hostess. potential buyers are stepping forward, plus a bankruptcy judge was able to get hostess, the lenders and the union to agree to mediation to avert liquidation of the snack food company. twinkie sales have never been hotter. we found a box of 10 twinkies going for $20 and more on ebay. hostess goodies became a hot commodity after the company shutout workers last week and went to court monday to liquidate, leaving 18,000 employees stunned that hostess could give up its iconic treats. "twinkies, it's a legend, the history is very long." "in bankrupcty there is great power on behalf of the bankrupty judge." the bankruptcy judge hearing the hostess case was able to convince the company to try mediation with the union. the arm of the department of justice that oversees bankruptcy cases is also slowing the hostess roll by coming out against the company's plan to offer exit bonuses to hostess executives. unions call the bonuses unfair. but, attorney hugh totten says
Nov 14, 2012 4:00am PST
. the merger of globalization and information technology has transformed how companies must now compete. old jobs and ways of doing business are obsolete. when you're fighting competitors across the globe for market share a company and its employees, have to be agile, nimble and work harder than ever. best-selling author jason jennings has been heralded by usa today as 1 of the 3 most in-demand business speakers in the world. he has new book, "the reinventors: how extraordinary companies pursue radical continuous change." adapt, grow, change - or perish? is it that stark? > > is that stark. if you take a look at the list of the original fortune 100 companies - you may find it surprising - only 2 are left. these are the companies who had the capital, they had the people, they had all the resources, and they couldn't survive. absolutely could not. and it's happening at increasingly warp speed. take a look at blackberry, research in motion - two years ago were at $77 billion. today their market capitalization is $5 billion. what happened? they are fast becoming irrelevant. look at circuit
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